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Old November 30, 2012, 01:54 AM   #6
Gunplummer
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I have not trapped in years but it sounds the same. I checked every day and worked nights so that way I did not have to check until about 9:00 AM. That way I could release all the dogs that people let run all over the place before they went to work. I caught one lady's English Sheepdog twice. We were not friends. One morning I saw it hit along a road. I could have predicted that coming. I have always had dogs, but I kept them home where they belonged. Maybe you should try that. I released dogs and some cats with a snare stick but you are really taking a chance with uncollard dogs and scruffy cats. Cats are a high carrier of rabies in this state.
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